Global Racial and Social Inequality Lab

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Projects

  • Migration in New Hampshire (Project) Slideshow

    Migration in New Hampshire: Expanding Lingusitic & CUltural Bonds

    How do non-English speaking immigrants in New Hampshire deal with language barriers in teaching, learning, socializing, as well as in the countless activities typically conducted in a college setting? That is the question this UNH & Nashua Community College joint project aims to answer.

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    WHITENESS iN nEW hAMPSHIRE: aN aRCHEOLOGY OF aCCOUNTABILITY

    ​​​​​​​This research aimed to critically interrogate the colonial roots of whiteness and privilege in New Hampshire and how it perpetuates systemic racialized and class-based inequities today.

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  • Stone House Pond

    Envisioning Black & Indigenous New Hampshire

    This project supported continued progress on a cross-institutional, community-involved digital humanities project exploring the history of Black and Indigenous people in New Hampshire. 

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    Social History of Civil Rights

    The goal for this summer internship was to catalog the most important civil rights struggles that occurred in specific states in the west. 

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Check Out Our Upcoming Events & Announcements

 

SAACC Event

We the People: The Fight for Racial Justice in White Suburbia

We the People: The Fight for Racial Justice in White Suburbia

 

The Seacoast African American Cultural Center's new show features powerful photo and video montages of the summer 2020 protests associated with BLM across the Granite State as well as astonishing new art commemorating George Floyd. Tuesday - Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm

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Zoom Meeting

Global Racial and Social Inequality Lab Workshop for Faculty and Staff

Global Racial and Social Inequality Lab Workshop

 

Please join The Global Racial and Social Inequality Lab as we host a UNH Safe Zones Supporting Trans* Students and Colleagues Workshop for UNH faculty and staff. All are welcome but this voluntary workshop will be focused on supporting COLA students and colleagues. Tuesday, May 10, 2022 12:40 PM - 2:00 PM on Zoom. 

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Spring Communication Colloquium Series

Spring Communication Colloquium Series

Spring Communication Colloquium Series

We are very lucky to have two seminars coming up as part of the Communication Colloquium Series. Both of the talks deal with the intersections of communication, art, community and identity. View the detailed fliers for the events below.

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GRSIL Article

Rolling Up Our Sleeves

Rolling Up Our Sleeves

Check out UNH Today's article on the GRISL Opening Ceremony

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Safe Zone

Supporting Trans* Students and Colleagues Workshop

Supporting Trans* Students and Colleagues Workshop

Encouraging participants to think more broadly and intersectionally about the identities and experiences of transgender, gender queer, gender fluid, gender non-conforming, gender variant, and non-binary identifying students and colleagues.

Zoom Meeting
We Hold These Truths

"We Hold These Truths..." Event

Join the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative as we explore the ideas of truth and equality with historical and contemporary dialogues. Friday, April 8th, 2-4 pm. at NHTI. Bus from Durham to NHTI leaves at 12:15! Returning by 5:00 PM. Please meet in the side parking lot of the Whitmore Center at 12:15. Email pdelbonis-platt@ccsnh.edu for more info.

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UNH Land, Water, and Life Acknowledgement

As we all journey on the trail of life, we wish to acknowledge the spiritual and physical connection the Pennacook, Abenaki and Wabanaki Peoples have maintained to N’dakinna (homeland) and the aki (land), nebi (water), olakwika (flora) and awaasak (fauna), which the University of New Hampshire community is honored to steward today. We also acknowledge the hardships they continue to endure after the loss of unceded homelands and champion the university’s responsibility to foster relationships and opportunities that strengthen the well-being of the Indigenous People who carry forward the traditions of their ancestors.

 

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